Subject: The boiling point of salt water is not constant. Why?
Date: Sun Oct 24 03:10:21 1999
Posted by John Kim
Grade level: undergrad
School: Como Lake Middle School
City: Coquitlam State/Province: British Columbia
Area of science: Chemistry
I had an experiment of boiling point in different amount of salt
dissolved in water. The result was:
3g salt water - 100 C
5g salt water - 102 C
7g salt water - 107 C
9g salt water - 105 C
11g salt water - 102 C
After the 9g salt dissolved in water, the boiling point was lowered.
Do you know the reason why? (the salt was definitely all dissolved.)
I appreciate you if you answer my question...
Re: The boiling point of salt water is not constant. Why?
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